The 1950s were the years of discovery, where technology took despotically life and reality from society. In Fahrenheit 451, author, Ray Bradbury illustrates people the trepidation and ignorance of the 1950s. Bradbury’s purpose for creating a dystopian world is to demonstrate how life could be destroyed without the word “intellectual” and also showing how living with conformity can lead to a lazy and craven life. His examples of hero’s journey to archetypes can be connected to the theme of censorship and conformity.
Certainly, the author illustrates his frustration because society keeps doing the same mistakes without learning any lesson. In the novel, the main character, Montag, presented as a thirty -year-old man,